- macaroni cheese,
- macaroni wheat,
- macarthur, douglas,
- macartney rose,
- macassar oil
Origin of macaroon
Examples from the Web for macaroon
(He stands at the buffet, and placing before him first the macaroon): Dinner!Cyrano de Bergerac|Edmond Rostand
Shape the rice in croquettes, dip in beaten eggs, then in macaroon crumbs or powder, and fry in swimming hot lard or butter.The Hotel St. Francis Cook Book|Victor Hirtzler
Macaroon mousse is made by adding crushed and rolled macaroons to whipped cream and burying the mould in ice and salt.Civic League Cook Book|Anonymous
Cut nuts or macaroon crumbs may be passed with this dessert.
Then she opened the parcel of biscuits and munched a macaroon contentedly.Priscilla's Spies|George A. Birmingham
Word Origin for macaroon
1610s, "small sweet cake consisting largely of ground almonds," from French macaron (16c.), from dialectal Italian maccarone (see macaroni). French meaning said to have been invented 1552 by Rabelais. The -oon ending was conventional in 15c.-17c. English to add emphasis to borrowings of French nouns ending in stressed -on.